Did you maybe mean tchotchkes?
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“Decorated tchotckes from the 5 and 10 cent store appear to be the main influence behind the goldfish and flowers in the Nutcracker Suite sequence.”
“Granted, charging seventy-five bucks a year for a glossy, shallow magazine and the honor of buying overpriced tchotckes online was a foolish move in this economic climate.”
“Could be for sex, drugs, alcohol, bi-polar disorder, anger management... maybe even Ambien overload and stealing tchotckes from Saks and Neiman's.”
“With personal keepsakes from her grandmother mixed in with tchotckes collected over the years strewn throughout, it wasn't a surprise we left inspired to get back to decorating our own space with more art and objects to warm up our own home in similar spirit!”
“Note: No tchotckes or logoed apparel were exchanged as part of this announcement.”
“I knew what I was feeling was irrational, and I knew it was unreasonable to ask someone to remove their harmless tchotckes just because I didn't like looking at them.”
“I grew up in a very loving Loring-like residence with incense sticks, plexiglass-enclosed tchotckes, and framed portraits of my family all posed in white (yup, that was us).”
“So much more doable than the famous Puces de Clignacourt, this particular flea market is very good for jewelry, tchotckes, and fabric.”
“They've run a little gift shop in the basement of the White House for years where they sell little tchotckes and they have a little fundraising program to sell ChristmasOrnaments door to door.”
“And the best part is the merchandising: I envision a whole line of Pulaski Speedway tchotckes, apparel, drinking glasses, etc., all taking advantage of its impressive silhouette and subtle Sopranos connection.”
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